Explore four installations from the London Design Biennale 2018 in 360-degree video
Take a look inside four of the most visually striking exhibitions from this year's London Design Biennale – Turkey, Latvia, Australia and Dundee – in this 360-degree video produced by Dezeen.
On show at Somerset House, the second edition of the London Design Biennale asked 40 countries and territories to respond to the theme Emotional States.
The movie starts with Turkey's contribution, HousEmotion, designed by Tabanlioglu Architects. Called HousEmotion, it is a cubic structure constructed from white rods, with a house-shaped opening at its centre.
Australia's space, created by lighting designer Flynn Talbot, is made up of 150 strands of coloured fibre-optic lights, which create a rainbow. Called Full Sprectrum, it celebrates Australia's decision to legalise same-sex marriage at the end of 2017.
Latvia's installation, Matter to Matter, is a wall of condensation that invites visitors to write messages. Designer Arthur Analts created it to highlight the relationship between people and nature.
The final space in the movie shows Shpeel, a 360-degree virtual video game designed by Biome Collective to represent the Scottish city of Dundee. The installation allows players to express their emotions by pressing buttons, as a possible way of helping people deal with mental health issues.
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